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west. so chp is on scene or actually oakland pd is heading out to the scene. we'll send chopper 5 over there to see if we can get more information. no lanes are blocked at 36th and west in oakland. coming up we'll have a look at the bay bridge. back to you. >> thank you. we have a developing story a double homicide in richmond. police are looking to see if this is connected to yet another shooting which happened just 30 minutes before. anser hassan just spoke with investigators on the scene and what did they have to say? >> yeah, grace. richmond police say the gang task force is trying to track down leads in last night's double shooting that left two people dead in the 400 block of bissell avenue. police arrived on scene of an apartment complex in north richard at 10:15 p.m. they found two people dead on the sidewalk. they are only described as male
and female in their 30s. a third victim in the hospital will survive. richmond police believe the fatal shooting may be related to a shooting 30 minutes earlier where a 23-year-old man was shot on gertrude avenue. he was not seriously injured. right now police don't have any suspects in custody. lisa french with the richmond police department believes the spike in homicides may be gang- related, one group from north richmond the other from central richmond. >> i'm optimistic we'll get to the root of the problem and hopefully get some of the community members involved and try to cut this off. >> reporter: now, one of the problems is that because the incident happened so late at night, there were very few witnesses to help police in their investigation.
but french says later today, police patrols and the gang task force will be going out to the community to ask for more help. grace. >> anser hassan in richard, thank you. new outrage over a deadly police shooting in san francisco. activists plan to call for a federal investigation today. elizabeth wenger is in the newsroom to explain their demands and the new details about the suspect's connection to a murder in seattle. >> reporter: they are asking for three separate things. they want a civilian review board and the fbi to investigate the killing and they want san francisco district attorney george gascon off the case because he is the former police chief of course and they say it is a conflict of interest. now that deadly shooting happened saturday afternoon in san francisco's bayview district. a witness posted a youtube video moments after the shooting. the coroner identified the victim as 19-year-old kenneth harding. he has family in seattle.
officers had tried to cite him for muni fare evasion and the latest information from police reveals he is a parolee from washington state and was a person of interest in the shooting of four people in seattle including a woman rumored to be pregnant. an autopsy has revealed she was not. meantime police are continuing their investigation into what happened over the weekend near a bayview train platform. >> the suspect fled on foot. during the course of the foot pursuit we believe the suspect fired backwards at the officers. the officers returned fire in self-defense. >> if you look around you can see the frustration. there is no relationship between the commute and police departments obviously. they show up on motorcycles and riot gear so it is intimidating to the young people. they are excited. they loved a love one so the excitement is bringing about this. the ancestors inside of them are crying it out today. >> reporter: some witnesses at the scene claim police shot an
unarmed man. officers did recover a gun at the scene yesterday after reviewing the youtube video and talking to a witness. police say it's the same .45- caliber weapon used by the suspect to shoot at officers yesterday. activists are calling for change in response to the shooting. >> thank you. also this morning, san jose police are investigating a shooting which sent three people to the hospital around 11 p.m. on 280. officers found three gunshot victims, two adults and a teen. all three were taken to the hospital. no word on the conditions. so far, no suspects. some state lawmakers today will start looking into why shuttle buses are exempt from laws which require seatbelts. this is in the wake of a deadly accident involving a uc-san francisco shuttle bus last week. that crash killed dr. kevin
mack, a psychiatrist and associate professor at the school. out at muni, in at bart. that could be the story for nathaniel ford. the "chronicle" reports that a headhunter has approached ford about the general manager's job at bart. ford was recently forced out of the top job at san francisco's muni system and now he is being considered to replace dorothy dugger, who was forced out as bart's gm. get ready for longer waits at the courthouse. 200 superior court workers in san francisco are expected to get the pink slip today. the layoffs are because of state budget cuts which are expected to affect courts in other counties as well not just in san francisco. hardest hit expected to be the civil court system. this will likely mean longer waits for procedures like civil suits, divorces, restraining orders and clearing up traffic tickets. 6:05. let's check traffic and weather before we go any further. kristy, how is it going? >> pretty well so far.
it's going to be a beautiful day for everyone around the bay area although one thing to note is that we may have a chance of showers in the north bay. 20% chance later on this afternoon. a simple to the north of us is the reason. -- a system to the north of suits reason. but right now clear. temperatures outside mild in the 50s. 57 concord. 56 in the city. 51 santa rosa. highs for today looking good breaking the 80-degree mark inland. 60s and 70s around the bay shores and we are actually seeing 60s along the coastline today, as well. so definitely warmer than last week. i'll have a full look at the extended forecast in a little bit but let's go to gianna with traffic. >> thank you. metering lights are still off at the bay bridge toll plaza no there's there in fact you're looking good into san francisco. not bad heading out of san francisco into oakland. once you get to oakland city streets though we have reports of a problem with a vehicle that may have hit a house. this is in oakland between --
on 36 between market and west not too far from the 580. we have chopper 5 headed out to the scene to get us more visual information there. they should be there within the next couple of minutes. we'll get you updated here shortly. south bay north 101 at bailey a trouble spot in the right lane. jackknifed big rig getting cleared out of the road. >> thank you. what is next for casey anthony? the text message sent to her parents. plus a new twist for "news of the world." why the former ceo has now been arrested in the phone hacking scandal. and it was more like karma heaven in southern california. the surprise for the 405 freeway and the bridge closure that we can expect here in the bay area. ,,,,
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the home. tow truck clears it out of road. no delays to traffic in the area. back to you. >> thank you. it is day 2 of her freedom and this morning, casey anthony's lawyer says that her allies are exploring a number of options for her future. catherine calloway reports that the few in the know are not giving hits about where she is. >> reporter: casey anthony left a florida jail sunday morning under the cover of dark necessary. she hasn't been seen in public since. >> we think she is not in orlando. mr. baez says their intent was to relief orlando immediately. i think it would be safe to say she did leave orlando. >> reporter: her parents don't know where their daughter is. but they have been told she is safe. cindy anthony received a brief text from casey's lawyer jose baez that they want to hear from casey herself. >> so we're asking publicly that mr. baez at least reach out to me and let me know
what's going on. >> reporter: as for those protestors who expressed outrage over her acquittal and release, they were noticeably quieter sunday. a group walked silently between the anthonys' home and the place where little caylee's remains were found in 2008. >> starting today it doesn't matter anymore. the verdict is read. it's over. what's done is done. somebody else will take care of it in the end and we just needed to all say our good- byes. >> reporter: casey anthony is walking free. but her legal troubles are not over. she is being sued for defamation and also by a texas company looking to recoup expenses from the search for caylee. >> the release of anthony has evoked such anger and emotion that her legal team will still not tell her whereabouts. will she change her identity or sell her story? with casey anthony it's difficult to predict.
in orlando, i'm kathryn calloway. >> reporter: 6:12. british prime minister david cameron is calling for an emergency session of parliament. this is regarding the country's growing phone hacking scandal. this comes a day after london's police chief resigned over his links to a former editor of the defunct tabloid "news of the world." meanwhile former "news of the world" ceo rebekah brooks is out on bail after her arrest on suspicion of corruption and intercepting communications. her attorney denies all the charges. had may not be carmageddon for bay area drivers but there is a bridge closure that commuters want to know about happening in the near future. >> and a passenger refuses security screening at the airport. how she turned the tables on the tsa agent and got arrested for it. a nice day to be flying out of san francisco today. partly cloudy conditions but temperatures today warmer than what we were seeing last week. we'll hit 70 today and even warmer in other parts of the bay area. as you make your way farther to
the east, we are seeing much warmer conditions. chicago hitting 94 today. and we are seeing a chance of thunderstorms and rain. about a 40 to 50% chance there. and more wet weather as we continue to new york, temperatures there today topping out at 90. another chance of thunderstorms and rain there and i'll have a full look at the bay area forecast coming right up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
investigating two separate shootings last night. in one, a re killed. in the headlines, richmond gang task force is investigating two separate shootings last night. in one, a man and woman were killed. police are looking into whether the shootings are related to gang tension between north and central richmond. 22 firefighters will begin retraining today a year after the city of san jose laid them off. they were hired back on friday thanks to the money from a two- year federal grant. they will be on the job by september. the pressure is on for the president and congressional leaders to reach a deal on raising the debt ceiling. a plan is expected to pass the house tomorrow and die in the senate. good morning. let's take you live right now to chopper 5. we were monitoring this trouble spot in oakland a vehicle that crashed into the fencing right in front
of a home there. tow truck and car left the scene a couple of seconds ago. but again, this is located at 36th street between west and market. looks like there is no injury, no lanes blocked. not too far from the 580 overpass. vehicle hit the fence in front of the house but the house wasn't damaged. ace train on time no troubles there. bart checking in problem-free. muni and caltrain looking good systemwide. headed to the bay bridge, extra volume across the upper deck into san francisco. a few more cars on the road. no metering lights at the toll plaza. if you are heading out of san francisco into oakland, traffic moving pretty nicely. 880 itself looking good between 238 and the maze. northbound 101 at bailey in the south bay. we have this jackknifed big rig. it's over to the right shoulder but tow crews are blocking the right lane as they retrieve this off the freeway causing a backup through there. this has been there for quite some time at least a couple of
hours. north of there 101 looking good into san jose. 280 live look here downtown san jose a few extra cars in the road, as well. looks like traffic a little busy through there. san mateo bridge holding steady at 14 minutes between 880 and 101. no delays, in fact a really nice ride across the span there. and looking good towards the 101 in the peninsula. that's traffic. here's kristy with the forecast. >> thank you. going to be a gorgeous day today even more sunshine than what we saw over the weekend certainly warmer than what we saw last week. beautiful shot outside right now from mount vaca. you can see clear for the most part although we are seeing a little fog along the coastline and along the bay shores as you step outside this morning. temperatures are mild, sitting in the 50s, clear in those inland spots. by the afternoon, plenty of sunshine in those inland location. temperatures there hitting the mid-80s. now a very slight chance of sprinkles in the forecast about 20% chance north of the golden gate bridge but elsewhere in the clear, bay and coast seeing a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures there mild, as well. now, this low was still in the picture and that means we are
keeping the temperatures still buy low average for july. but we are going to -- below average for july. but we'll see the high build in midweek with the warmer weather. since the marine layer is shallow today, already seeing warmer temperatures in the bay area and hot weather in other parts in northern california. 85 today in sacramento. 95 for fresno. seeing some showers in ukiah and eureka from the same system that might bring us showers here and yosemite looking beautiful today 86 degrees mostly sunny. neighborhood by neighborhood, here's your highs. 79 for los altos, 78 for milpitas, 84 as a high in morgan hill. 82 for los gatos and 78 in sunnyvale. 83 is the high in antioch today. cooler in san leandro at 73. and alameda 67. mill valley 66. kentfield 70. sonoma 74. fairfield 80. so starting that warming trend today and continuing into wednesday. by this point you're seeing that we are actually breaking into the 90s inland. slowly starting to cool off a little over the next couple of days and then saturday and
sunday back up into the 90s where we should be for july. back to you. >> thank you. a passenger is in jail for turning the tables on a tsa agent who tried to give her a patdown. 61-year-old yukari miyamae from colorado was arrested at the airport in phoenix. she refused her security screening on thursday according to police and then she grabbed a female tsa agent's breasts with both hands. she is now facing one count of felony sexual abuse. marker calendars. caltrans plans to shut down the san mateo bridge completely for two weekends next year. so mark your calendars. the bridge had a partial retro knit 1999 but last october inspectors discovered a 10" crack in a beam. crews made a temporary fix but a permanent solution is still necessary. caltrans has yet to release the exact dates on that. in the meantime los angeles
has survived carmageddon. traffic is moving again on the 405 freeway or it's crawling. workers re-opened the road nearly a full day ahead of schedule. the freeway was closed for a 10- mile stretch friday night in order to demolish an overcrossing. it re-opened just after noon yesterday. the contractor is getting a $300,000 bonus for getting all done so fast. coming up, two babies switched at birth. the hospital mix-up and how long it took workers to catch it. and a heartbreaking loss for the u.s. women's soccer team. were you watching? how history was made at the world cup games. ,,,,,,,,,,
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up two newborns. the infants were taken switched at birth, staff at an australian hospital accidentally mixed up two newborns. the infants were taken home for about 8 hours and breast-fed before that mistake was caught. now staffers did not check the infants' identification bracelets when they were given to the mothers. well, kids are apparently safer in the car when they are with a grandparent who is behind the wheel. university of pennsylvania researchers say that one in 15 kids was injured in crashes when grandparents were driving. that's about half as many injuries as children who were in cars with a parent.
japan won the world cup after beating the usa in a penalty kick shootout. it ended 3-1 after three american players missed their shots. it was so hard to watch. during the game the japanese came back from behind twice. in overtime the u.s. did score in the 104th minute to go 2-1 but the japan with a kick in the 117th minute. japan is the first asian nation to win a world cup. congratulations to japan. 6:26 now. coming up, a lot of people were betting on that u.s. win. winning the world cup including secretary of state hillary clinton, how she is now paying up to japan. plus, it is day 2 of freedom for casey anthony. the steps being taken to keep her safe. two people dead a third in the hospital after another weekend of violence in richmond. what may be at the cause and what police are looking to do
to fix it? that story just ahead. san francisco police under fire this morning from activist groups after a deadly officer- involved shooting over the weekend. what they are asking for and how youtube video is providing clues to what happened. ,,,, sure, pulling the mold, mildew, and grime from out of the porous caverns of grout takes the right tools, but it also takes a gentle, caring touch.
welcome to cbs 5 "early edition," on monday, july 18. i'm grace lee. frank has the morning off. we are going to start off your monday with a check of traffic and weather. hopefully had a good weekend, watching the world cup, maybe cried a little. >> it was definitely sad but i was happy for japan for sure. and this week is going to be gorgeous. it was nice over the weekend and even warmer midweek. outside now cooler. in the 50s. 57 in vallejo and concord. 51 in santa rosa. i'll tell you how warm we'll get by midweek in a bit but gianna has traffic. >> thank you. let's go live back to chopper 5. they spotted a stalled vehicle westbound on the upper deck past the incline traffic stacking up a bit there. it is blocking lanes as you can see. so the metering lights are turned on. delays approaching the toll plaza. we'll have a look at the san mateo bridge coming up.
back to you. >> thank you. we have a developing story. two people murdered in richmond and right now police are investigating whether this is connected to yet another shooting that happened just 30 minutes before. anser hassan spoke with police on scene and has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. it has opinion a rough three weeks for the residents of north richmond -- it has been a rough three weeks for the residents of north richmond. the gang task force will be out looking for witnesses to help them with information on last night's fatal shooting that left two people dead. it happened on the 400 block of bissell avenue. police say that they arrived on scene at an apartment complex in north richmond at about 10:15 p.m. they found two people dead on the sidewalk. they are only being described as a man and woman in their 30s. a third woman is in the hospital this morning. she is expected to survive. richmond police believe the fatal shooting may be related to a shooting that happened
about 30 minutes earlier when a 23-year-old man was shot on gertrude avenue. he was not seriously injured. police don't have any suspects in custody or any leads or cause at this time. lisa french with richmond police believes the latest spike in homicides may be linked to tensions between two rival richmond gangs. >> that's the problem here. we have some kind of feud going on between north richmond and our central richmond area. we don't know exactly what that is at this time. we are trying to figure that out so that we can prevent any future shootings. >> reporter: the two shootings from last night brings the total to eight people dead in the past three weeks. richmond police say they will be increasing patrols today -- or starting today in north richmond, the areas that's seen the greatest spike over the past couple of weeks. grace? >> hopefully they get this solved. all right, anser hassan in richmond, thank you. there are new calls this
morning for a special investigation into a deadly police shooting in san francisco. elizabeth wenger is in the newsroom with the demands by neighborhood activists. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. they are actually calling for three different things. number one, they want a civilian review board. they also want the fbi to investigate the killing. number 3, they want san francisco district attorney george gascon off the case because he is the former police chief and they say it's a conflict of interest. that deadly shooting happened saturday afternoon in san francisco's bayview district. a witness posted this youtube video just moments after the shooting. the coroner has identified the victim as 19-year-old kenneth harding. he has family in seattle. now, officers had tried to cite him for muni fare evasion. and the latest information from police reveals he is a parolee from washington state and was a person of interest in the shooting of four people in seattle including a woman rumored to be pregnant but she
wasn't. meantime, police are continuing their investigation into what happened over the weekend near a bayview train platform. >> the suspect fled on foot during the course of the foot pursuit. at this point we believe the suspect fired backwards at the officers. the officers returned fire in self-defense. >> the man did not have a gun. they shot that man and let that man die in front of my face in front of these kids' faces out here. >> reporter: as just heard, that's where a lot of this anger stem from. some witnesses say police shot an unarmed man but officers recovered a gun at the scene yesterday after reviewing youtube video and talking to a witness. police say it's the same .45- caliber weapon used to shoot at officers on saturday afternoon. we are waiting for a noon news conference from activists who are calling for change in response to the shooting. grace, back to you. >> thank you.
in the meantime, san jose police are looking into a late- night shooting that sent three to the hospital. officers were called to jeannie avenue on the city's east side just after 11 p.m. and they found two adults and teenager who had been shot. still no word on their conditions. 22 san jose firefighters who were laid off last year will begin retraining today. they were hired back on friday after the city received a two- year federal grant. after several weeks of a refresher academy, they will be expected to be back on the job in september. they were among 49 laid off firefighters last year. the other 27 have already found jobs elsewhere. so now the department is in the process of hiring replacements for them. let's go to gianna for traffic because we have some problems on the roads for you commuters. >> that's right. in fact, we are going live to chopper 5. we spotted this vehicle on the bay bridge blocking lanes. chp and bridge crews aren't on
scene yet. when these things happen on the bay bridge it really backs traffic up. they turned the metering lights on. we are seeing delays at the toll plaza beyond the first overpass at this point. and again, up the incline as you approach the area where this stalled vehicle is. once you get past the vehicle, everything is clear across the upper deck into san francisco but again, give yourself some extra time if you are heading to the bridge. san mateo bridge looking better. you can use that as an alternate. bart also right on time if you want to use that instead. now, we have another stall causing a backup westbound 24 at acalanes blocking the two left lanes. word of an accident north 680 at lavorna blocking the area, main lines under affected. receive has a sunny forecast. >> it's going -- kristy seifkin has a sunny forecast. >> it's going to be a sunny day although rain in northern parts of the bay area. a system north east of us will bring rain mostly to the north of the sonoma county line but still a slight chance for this afternoon in those locations north of the golden gate bridge. temperatures are warmer but below average for this time of year. take a look where we should be
and where we are going to be today between minus 3 and minus 13 degrees below the seasonal temperature. there is a warmup in sight. that's coming up. >> thank you. pickets are planned today against u.s. airways. it's supposed to happen at san francisco international airport. protestors are trying to get the airline to meet with the naacp about the deshon marman case. last month marman was removed from a flight and arrested after he failed to pull up his sagging pants. the naacp claims that this was a case of racial profiling. state lawmakers will start looking into why shuttle buses are exempt from laws which require seatbelts. this is in the wake of a deadly accident involving a uc-san francisco shuttle bus last week. the crash killed dr. kevin mack, a psychiatrist and associate professor at the school.
police do have a person of interest in the murder of a young mother whose burned body was discovered in the rockridge neighborhood of oakland. close friends of monica rodas and community activists held a car wash fundraiser yesterday. friends say that a big part of the event was to help pay for her funeral and also to set up a trust fund for her 2-year-old son. organizers are calling this case disturbing. >> a human being is dead. a human being was burned alive. as a bay area community we need to be outraged like we cannot live in a society that's okay with this kind of violence against women. >> friend say rodas was and outgoing happy mother who loved her son. donations are still being accepted at the oakland ymca and a $10,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest of the killer. day 2 of freedom fo casey
anthony. anthony left a florida jail just after midnight on sunday after three years in jail. she had $537 in her pocket money sent to her by admirers. a jury convicted the 25-year- old for lying to investigators. but she was acquitted of murder of her 2-year-old daughter. only a few people know exactly where anthony is. but her lawyer says that she is safe. the white house is still hoping for a major deficit reduction deal that will also raise that debt limit that we have talked so much about. congress must increase that debt ceiling by august 2 or risk the first-ever u.s. default. the house is expected to vote tomorrow on a republican-backed measure but the proposal which drastically cuts spending and rules out any new taxes is not expected to pass the senate. 6:39 now. and another one bites the dust. just after britain's top cop quits, the latest high-profile
official to lose his job over the phone hacking scandal. and she refused a security patdown and then ended up in jail. how a passenger turned the tables on a tsa agent. and the market opened up just about 10 minutes ago. let's get a quick check of the early numbers and you can see, it is red across the board. the dow is down 77 points. nasdaq down 12. the s&p down 7. we are going to get an update and breakdown from kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. back out live to chopper 5. we're watching tow crews move this stalled vehicle offer the bay bridge at treasure island -- off the bay bridge at treasure island. this broken-down vehicle is blocking lanes at the incline for half hour, caused a decent backup. they have turned the metering lights on but again as you can see, they have moved the vehicle completely off the bridge. so we are going to see a bit of a relief there but, of course, the morning commute is in full swing so right now metering lights are on. you're backed up beyond the first overcrossing at the toll plaza. over to our maps we have a couple of other things to report. 580 westbound we are seeing delays as you work your way toward the dublin interchange. buy sis as well through the altamont pass. elsewhere we have a couple of accidents around the bay as we
jump to our maps right now. westbound 4 an earlier snag there cleared over to the right shoulder but you can see a bit of a backup there already through antioch westbound 4 slow from hillcrest to loveridge. elsewhere westbound 80 at pinole valley road an accident cleared to the right shoulder. eastshore freeway not too bad. a little slow and go through berkeley. westbound 4 at acalanes stalled vehicle still block the two left lanes. slight delays as you approach the scene. also we do have an accident northbound 680 right a lavorna blocking the off-ramp but the main lanes unaffected. lots of debris in the road so that may cause a little slow and go off the freeway there. northbound 101 at bailey has been here most of the morning. it's a jackknifed big rig. it's on the right shoulder but they have tow crews blocking the right lane. we are seeing yellow and red as the morning commute heats up so traffic a little is slow approaching the area. past here though north 101 looking good into san jose. that's traffic. here's kristy with your forecast.
>> thank you, gianna. should be a beautiful monday. we actually had a nice weekend. temperatures starting to warm up a bit and here's the sunshine that everybody has been asking for all last week before saying, when can i put coats away, we are seeing a little bit of cloud cover out across the bridge, bay shores and the coast seeing cloud cover but inland today, finally getting into the 80s. in the meantime though sitting in the 50s outside right now pretty clear inland. bay high 60s at a and at the coast in the 60s where we were sitting in the mid-50s last week. now, very slight chance of seeing some showers north of the golden gate bridge this morning, just some sprinkles. best chance for that actually north of the sonoma county line. so this area of low pressure still in the picture. so still keeping those temperatures below where they should be for july but we are certainly warmer and we'll continue to get warmer as we see this area of high pressure build in over the next few days. and that shallow marine layer as well means more sunshine today, sunshine throughout northern california, today.
85 the high in sacramento. 95 fresno. cool and showers in ukiah, 78. eureka 61 and chance of showers. temperatures this afternoon, 77 for union city and fremont. 78 for sunnyvale. 79 in los altos. and 60 for daly city. san leandro and danville both topping out at 80 today. brentwood 84. 70 san anselmo, 80 fairfield, 73 petaluma. sausalito cooler at 64. warming trend continuing as you can see monday into tuesday into wednesday breaking into the 90-degree territory by the time we hit middle of the week, slight cooling thursday, friday. then saturday and sunday back to where we should be for this time of year in the 90s in the warmest spots. back to you. >> thank you. apparently they are feeling the heat in england because just minutes ago an assistant police commissioner in london resigned after two years of deciding not to re-open police inquiries into phone hack. london's police chief has
already resigned over his links to a former editor of the defunct tabloid "news of the world." in the meantime, british prime minister david cameron is calling for an emergency session of parliament in regards to this growing scandal. here's something to think about. so what if the united states did not have a debt ceiling? it's one idea that's being raised right now. jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com is here to explain and jason, sounds dangerous kind of like having a credit card with no limit. >> reporter: that's one way to look at it. certainly we wouldn't have this game of political chicken that we are seeing in washington, d.c. just two weeks before the deadline is reached on u.s. debt ceiling of $14.3 trillion but moody's rating service is suggesting that the u.s. do away with the statutory limits on government debt, one of the few countries in the world that has the limit on its debt. it says doing away with it would remove the periodic uncertainly national markets face when we run -- that the markets face when we run up
against it. whether or not it will be raised, there is foreign appetite for u.s. debt. in may china increased its holdings of u.s. debt by $7.3 billion, almost $1.2 trillion of u.s. debt. uk and japan also increased their holdings of u.s. debt so still a lot of belief that the u.s. will continue and be solvent and not default on its obligations. electronic arts out of redwood shores is expanding in texas. it's expanding its sports division outside austin bringing on another 300 employees. electronic arts has been focused on casual gaming. last week it bought pop games out of seattle for $750 million. stock market starting out in the red this morning. a lot of worries about the debt situation in europe as well as the u.s. going to be a big week for earnings. we'll hear from apple and yahoo tomorrow after the closing bell. right now the dow lower by 70,
nasdaq down by 7, s&p down by 6. >> thank you, cbsmoneywatch.com. -- thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. and he is a man with a bike and a mission. a wisconsin man is leaving on a challenging cross-country trip this morning. chris harley rupp plans to cycle from the bay area to the former site of the world trade center in new york. the volunteer firefighter is doing this in order to honor fellow firefighters across the country. but especially for those who lost their lives in the september 11th terror attacks. he hopes to make it to ground zero in time for the ten-year commemoration. rupp plans to leave san francisco at 9 a.m. this trip the final destination was jail. 61-year-old yukari miyamae from colorado was arrested at the airport in phoenix. police say that she refused security screening on thursday afternoon and then grabbed a
female tsa' breasts with both hands. >> surprising that somebody did that to the tsa? >> i don't know. nothing really surprising me i guess. >> i'm surprised it hasn't happened sooner. >> she is facing one count of felony sexual abuse. facebook groups are popping up in her support. all right. let's catch up with "the early show" that's coming up this morning. rebecca jarvis has more from new york. >> reporter: good morning. hope everyone will start their week off with us as they have already begun it with you coming up on the early show. in britain, the head of scotland yard steps down. next is a face-off between murdoch and parliament. plus casey anthony walks free in jail but some wonder if she is really free. she has gone into hiding and some say there is good reason for that. and lastly, the soccer shocker. it was a nail-biter into the final minutes. japan stuns the usa in a tough battle for the world cup.
we'll report on the match and how the win is providing a much- needed morale boost for japan. its all coming up plus more on "the early show." join us. grace, have a great day. >> thank you. "the early show" is coming up at 7:00. in the meantime, secretary of state hillary clinton has to pay up after making a friendly bet on the women's world cup soccer championship. japan beat the u.s. in germany yesterday so mrs. clinton now owes the japanese foreign minister -- she has to ship new york apples overseas. now, had team usa won the match, mrs. clinton would have enjoyed some delicious japanese pears. hopefully next time. 6:51. fighting a traffic ticket or getting a divorce, why both will be harder in one bay area city. plus, you have to have good dental hygiene for this. how one woman is using her teeth to break some amazing records. ouch. all right. we'll tell you all about that.
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do something for it. show it some love. chevron with techron. care for your car. we are just learning from police in richmond they say that rival gang activity may be behind two separate shootings. in one incident a man and woman were killed. anser hassan is in richmond with the latest on what investigators are saying. good morning, anser.
>> reporter: good morning. that's right. richmond's quack task force will be out today trying to track down leads on last night's double faithing shooting. the gang task force will be out today. two people were found death an an apartment complex on the sidewalk last night. they are a man and woman in their 30s. a third victim a female is in the hospital and is expected to survive. this incident may be relatedto another shooting from last night which occurred at 9:45 p.m., possible retaliation. it's the third straight weekend of fatal shootings in north richmond. police believe the spike may be due to tensions between two rival gangs, one from north richmond, the other from centralrichmond. there are no suspects. police will increase patrols in the area. >> thank you. some community groups are
gathering at noon in san francisco to demand investigations by a civilian review board and the fbi. this is base of deadly police shooting. a 19-year-old -- this is because of a deadly police shooting. a 19-year-old from seattle was killed saturday in the bayview district. he was detained during a muni fare an every inspect and then he said they fled and fired at them during a foot chase. they fired back and he was killed. layoff notices are going out today to 200 superior court workers in san francisco. the jobs reduction is a result of state budget cuts which could affect other courts in the area, as well. the hardest hit are going to be the civil courts so this will likely mean longer waits for procedures like civil suits, divorces, restraining orders and clearing up those traffic tickets. oh, it's that roller coaster ride of gas prices. and they are going back up again. triple-a says the national average for a gallon of
unleaded this week is $3.68. that's five cents higher than last week. it comes despite the government's attempt to keep those prices down. the current average price here in san francisco is 3.89. in oakland it's 3.80. in san jose, it's 3.81. and not such good news for you suv owners like kristy seifkin. >> it's painful at the pump but it will be sunny. gorgeous weather for driving. by this afternoon, warmer and warmer midweek. plenty of sunshine inland and a mix of sun and clouds along the bay shores and at the coast. starting to warm up by wednesday into the low 90s so getting closer where we should be for this time year. then a slight cooldown in store for thursday and friday. then bumping those temperatures back up for your weekend. so back to that 90-degree mark in those inland spots. now it won't be too warm this evening at the game but pretty mild conditions as the dodgers take on the giants this
evening. we are looking at temperatures about 60 at game time tonight, partly cloudy conditions so on the cooler side, definitely want to take a jacket to the game. that's the forecast. gianna franco has the traffic and weather. >> if you are on 880, live in chopper 5, slight delays on the southbound side especially in the right lanes as you approach the 92 connector trying to get on the san mateo bridge. so a little sluggish through there. south there was we had an there. over to the maps right now. rather a live look at the san mateo bridge. 13 minutes between 880 and 101. bay bridge metering lights are on. we are seeing a backup at the toll plaza. earlier stall at the incline is gone off the road but it slowed things down this morning. looks a lot better past treasure island as you work your way into san francisco. northbound 101 at bailey jackknifed big rig on the right shoulder. tow crews have the right lane
blocked. they should be cleared in a few minutes. 30 miles an hour north 101. 6:58 now. astronauts on nasa's last shuttle flight have finally finished packing a gigantic container. they spent all day yesterday putting things into a cargo canister about the size of a bus. it will be moved to the shuttle atlantis today. it brought food, supplies and household items to the international space station. it's returning with trash and other discarded equipment. atlantis returns to earth on thursday. you have to check this out. a woman from india has a mouthful of strength. this may be the understatement of the day. she used them to pull a truck yesterday. apparently she has been doing this kind of thing for more than 15 years pulling 8 vans with her teeth got her in the guinness world record book. next time she plans